First Sanskrit music album 'Krithi' released to commemorate World Sanskrit Day

Kochi: Today as the World Sanskrit Day is being observed to promote the revival and maintenance of the language, a group of Sanskrit lovers have come up with the first Sanskrit music album.

Titled 'Krithi', the song is written by Nidheesh Gopi. Govind Velayudhan has sung the track composed by Vaisakh Sasikumar. Concept is by Prasanth P Rajan and Sarath Mitran.

Starring Sadhika Venugopal and Armaan Augasthy, the music video is directed by Jibin Joy Vazhappilly.

The cinematography and editing is by Shyam, Aparna Menon has produced the album which is released through Muzik247.

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